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This world would be much better place if everybody thought like this. 

This world would be much better place if everybody thought like this. 

(via sciencealert)

laughingsquid:

Mountain Biker Performs an Unprecedented ‘Tsunami Flip’ Trick During Red Bull Competiton

You’ve have to be a bit insane to even attempt tricks like these. ASTOUNDING! 

Real-time map of aurora borealis

mindblowingscience:

Hey guys, I just found out that the NOAA space weather prediction centre has a real time map of the aurora’s that are going on right now due to the X-class solar flare from the sun.

It shows the areas that the aurora is visible from and is updated every 30 seconds.

There is also a map for the south pole.

Enjoy!

WOW! I didn’t have a clue about this resource. Kudos to Tynan Plillips for the find. 

mapsontheweb:

Map of football clubs in Europe with most league titles for each country.

Glory! Glory! Man United! 

mapsontheweb:

Map of football clubs in Europe with most league titles for each country.

Glory! Glory! Man United! 

mapsontheweb:

China’s disputed territory with India, Bhutan, Malaysia, Philippines, Brunei, Japan. 

This map pretty much sums up China’s standing in the region and that is not a compliment BTW. 

mapsontheweb:

China’s disputed territory with India, Bhutan, Malaysia, Philippines, Brunei, Japan. 

This map pretty much sums up China’s standing in the region and that is not a compliment BTW. 

10 stories to read this weekend - Edition 36 - September 12, 2014

“The world belongs to those who read.” ― Rick Holland.

Welcome to “10 stories to read this weekend,” a weekly feature that links to some interesting stories.

Note:10 stories to read this weekend” is a marquee feature of this blog. New editions are published every friday at 22:00 IST / 16:30 GMT.

laughingsquid:

‘Moments In Asia’, A Trip to 11 Different Cities Beautifully Shot on an iPhone

WOW! Videos like these will be even better if they were to be shot on an iPhone 6 or iPhone 6+. 

#Sept11: An excellent compendium of memorials, essays and storytelling curated by Longreads

David Bromley has lived with prosopagnosia for the past 15 years, since a brain haemorrhage left him unable to recognise faces. He looks in the mirror and sees himself before the injury. He sees himself on TV and thinks, “Who’s that old man”. Prosopagnosia has just been recognised by Britain’s National Health Service as a condition. Julian Keane spoke to David Bromley on Newsday.

A collection of Apple Watch links and tidbits | Apple Spotlight

Have questions about the WATCH? Just visit link above and click away. This is probably the best WATCH-themed linked list on the web right now.